Do you have burgers on the brain? Fabulous, then you’re on the same wavelength as cohost of America’s Best Bites Natalie J. Forte. The LA native loves burgers so much, we put her up to the challenge of picking her favorite in town. But before we get to that, a quick word from Natalie about her love of the LA food scene: “On my travels, I’ve realized as I speak to more and more people how much LA gets a bad rap, especially when it comes to the food scene. And I think that’s a bunch of crap-ola. I constantly stick up for the LA food scene and say LA has some of the best food in the country!” she spilled. That’s a huge compliment coming from someone whose job it is to travel the country and critique food. Catch Natalie’s show on KTLA, but before you do, make sure you taste all three burgers on her list…
Natalie paid a visit to the Fox 5 Morning Show today in San Diego to talk up the debut of America’s Best Bites. The show debuts Saturday morning at 4am! So set your DVR or just stay up after coming home from the bars. Either way watch the show as we kick it off with some of the BEST Burgers.
America’s Best Bites, the new Tribune Broadcasting food and travel show, has been caught filming segments of their show all around Miami.
Yesterday, the crew caught up with Sakaya Kitchen’s Richard Hales to feature his bulgogi burger as part of their search for America’s best burger.
In the wee hours last night we spoke to the associate producer for a new television program, America’s Best Bites, which will soon air across the country and in Dallas on KDAF CW 33. The half hour program will run in most major markets and combines two of our favorite things: food and travel.
The hosts, Ted Brunson and Natalie Forte, are on a mission each week to find affordable dishes and must-eat items across America, based primarily on viewer feedback from Facebook and Twitter. The new program is to be charged with a sense of humor and audience participation. Excellent tips from viewers will be rewarded with on-air cameos and other forms of incentives.
An extension of WGN Chicago’s Chicago’s Best, the syndicated half-hour will look for must-eat dishes across the U.S. beginning this fall.